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French neo-Nazi ringleader liquidated near Avdeyevka — sources

There is confirmed evidence of his connections with French secret services

MOSCOW, March 9. /TASS/. French neo-Nazi leader Cesar Aujard, who fought on the side of the Ukrainian military, has been liquidated near Avdeyevka, sources have told TASS.

"A ringleader of French neo-Nazis, Cesar Augharome, who was taking part in hostilities on the side of the Ukrainian army, has been liquidated near Avdeyevka," the sources said.

There is confirmed evidence of his connections with French secret services.

Earlier, the head of the Main Operational Directorate, first deputy chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Sergey Rudskoy, said that NATO military personnel, disguised as mercenaries, were operating air defense systems, multiple rocket launchers and tactical missile systems in Ukraine.

As an advisor to the head of the DPR, Igor Kimakovsky, told TASS bodies of military personnel with American and Polish insignia were found during the mop-up operation in Avdeyevka. State Duma member Viktor Vodolatsky noted that Russian forces had found bodies of foreign mercenaries in liberated Avdeyevka. They were identified as military servicemen of NATO countries - Poland, Germany, France and others.

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the Russian Armed Forces had launched a high accuracy strike on a temporary deployment site of foreign militants in Kharkov, mostly French mercenaries. The strike left 60 militants killed and more than 20 wounded. After that, the French ambassador to Moscow Pierre Levy was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry to be told that the authorities in Paris were to blame for the deaths of the French nationals.